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Wow what a different ride. I live on a gravel road, a little more than 1/2 mile to the pavement. I could see me dropping the bike at any time on the loose stuff. That is the main reason for adding theextra wheels. Sure made the ride a lot rougher but it is a breeze to ride the gravel now. Rode it about 75 miles after the install. No real problems taking the corners. Stopping at the first red light I wanted to put my foot down then remembered not to. What a joy not having to balance the thing when stopped. So far I like it other than the stiff bumpy ride on bad sections of asphalt.
 

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Its good to feel safe on your rides . If you cant get to or away from the house feeling secure I imagine the pleasure of the ride is not so good .



I have never riden a bike set up that way ,even though an uncle has one . I wonder though if there is a way to adjust the spring control so you recieve a better ride .



Glad your mostly happy with it . :action:Ride often .
 

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Wow what a different ride. I live on a gravel road, a little more than 1/2 mile to the pavement. I could see me dropping the bike at any time on the loose stuff. That is the main reason for adding theextra wheels. Sure made the ride a lot rougher but it is a breeze to ride the gravel now. Rode it about 75 miles after the install. No real problems taking the corners. Stopping at the first red light I wanted to put my foot down then remembered not to. What a joy not having to balance the thing when stopped. So far I like it other than the stiff bumpy ride on bad sections of asphalt.
Some picrtures would be great.
 
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